Former Hearts of Oak striker Ishmael Addo says he feels proud of having as the player to have scored most goals in a Ghana Premier League season.
Addo, bagged 22 goals in the 2001 topflight to win the golden boot as well as helping the Phobians win the treble that year.
He went on to win two golden boots in the subsequent years and remains the player with the most golden boots in the history of the Ghana Premier League alongside Dan Owusu of Bofoakwa.
Speaking in an interview with TV3, Addo revealed he feels special to be the player to have scored more goals in a Ghana Premier season.
“It makes me feel special because the league was there before I was born and then there has been some records that were set before I came along.
“So having the opportunity to have a record of my own in the Ghana League, that’s something I will always be proud of,” he said.
“That is to say I was fulfilled. I gave my best and my all to them (Hearts) when I was with them so I think my job was done and I did a good job with them.”
He played a pivotal role in Hearts Winning the CAF Champions league in 2000 and also the CAF Super Cup in 2001.
Domestically, Addo helped the Phobians to win the Ghana Premier League on four occasion and two FA Cups.